Beyond Interfaith: From Spiritual Misfits to Interconnected Communities
With Shahar Rabi, PhD
September 20 - 25, 2020
This program will either be moved to a virtual gathering, be rescheduled to another date in 2021, or cancelled.
We are currently working out all the details. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you so much for your patience, support, and understanding.
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We can’t got back to premodern spirituality and religion, I understand that. But can we move beyond the individual, into a collective story that really embraces the individual? That really excites me and I want to share it with you. – Dr. Shahar Rabi
Learn the tools and skills needed to establish experiential and trauma-informed methods of developing long-lasting, sustainable spiritual communities. We will engage in meaningful dialogue about the future intersection of faith, psychology, and science.
There is currently a contraction of consciousness, rooted in outgrown societal structures. Bring home essential practices needed to navigate today’s diverse and complex world, building meaningful connections, enhancing safety within yourself and your communities, and embody the heart of your contemplative life.
The intention of the program is to help you design and execute multi-disciplinary spiritual projects in your community that include art-based, therapeutic, contemplative and ecological perspectives.
[Shahar] brings together old school spirituality with succinct and practical insights into how to work with human heart, mind, and body in these challenging times. This is a rare gift. If you’re looking to work with someone with deep skill and compassion for the dark spaces, Shahar unreservedly has the sincerity, courage, and humour for pointing to how you can shine a light in the world. – Dr. Sean Park, PhD, past student
Shahar Rabi, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Counselling Psychology at Adler University. He formerly served as the Clinical Program Director at the Orchard Recovery Centre. He has years of experience in treating addiction, trauma, depression, and anxiety. He is also the Co-Founder of the New Earth Institute in Vancouver. Dr. Shahar has a broad spectrum of work experience as a choreographer, philosopher and yoga teacher, meditation instructor, and even as a clown. As a clinician, he draws on years of formal studies at universities in Israel and Canada, as well as practice with prominent non-dual teachers in India, Nepal, Thailand, and Israel. He…
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